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The Greatest College Team Needs A Coach!

Posted on: September 23, 2008 11:06 am
 
This week we vote for a coach. Cast a vote for a coach who retired no earlier than 1970. Thanks to everyone who participated in making our all-time team. Here are the players:

Pocket QB- Peyton Manning (Tennessee) (15 Votes)
Dual Threat QB- Vince Young (Texas) (17 Votes)

RB1- Hershel Walker (Georgia) (14 Votes)
RB2- Tony Dorsett (Pittsburgh) (8 Votes)
RB3- (Tie) Earl Campbell (Texas) (Both With 6 Votes)
                   Barry Sanders (Oklahoma State)

WR1- Tim Brown (Notre Dame) (9 Votes)
WR2- Anthony Carter (Michigan) (9 Votes)
WR3- Larry Fitzgerald (Pittsburgh) (6 Votes)

TE- Keith Jackson (Oklahoma) (8 Votes)

OT1- Orlando Pace (Ohio State) (13 Votes)
OT2- Anthony Munoz (USC) (10 Votes)

OG1- John Hannah (Alabama) (13 Votes)
OG2- Dean Steinkuhler (Nebraska) (5 Votes)

C- Dave Rimington (Nebraska) (12 Votes)


DT1-
Lee Roy Selmon (Oklahoma) (14 Votes)
DT2- (Tie) Bruce Smith (Virginia Tech) (Both With 6 Votes)
                   Randy White (Maryland)

DE1- Hugh Green (Pittsburgh) (12 Votes)
DE2- Julius Peppers (North Carolina) (5 Votes)

OLB1- Jerry Robinson (UCLA) (7 Votes)
OLB2- (Tie) Lavar Arrington (Penn State) (All With 3 Votes)
                      Derrick Johnson (Texas)
                      Junior Seau (USC)

ILB1- Brian Bosworth (Oklahoma) (8 Votes)
ILB2- Mike Singletary (Baylor) (5 Votes)

CB1- Deion Sanders (Florida State) (11 Votes)
CB2- Charles Woodson (Michigan) (9 Votes)
CB3- Tommy Casanova (LSU) (4 Votes)

FS- Kenny Easley (UCLA) (10 Votes)

SS- Ronnie Lott (USC) (6 Votes)

P- Ray Guy (Southern Miss) (10 Votes)

K- Kevin Butler (Georgia) (6 Votes)

Returner 1- Raghib "Rocket" Ismael (Notre Dame) (8 Votes)
Returner 2- Johnny Rodgers (Nebraska) (6 Votes)

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Comments

Since: Jun 27, 2008
Posted on: September 23, 2008 3:08 pm
 

The Greatest College Team Needs A Coach!

Livin - I liked your "smaller" list of college coaches. I couldn't argue with any of them:

Bear Bryant, Joe Paterno, Bobby Bowden, Tom Osborne, Darrell Royal, Barry Switzer, Don James, John McKay, Pete Carroll, Bo Schembechler, Woody Hayes, Ara Parseghian, Steve Spurrier.

For me, this is the toughest decision so far. All of these guys have great records and accomplishments. I asked myself, who would I like to play for the MOST? If I were being recruited, who would get me to sign?

Pete Carroll

There is a reason why over 30% of college football players had the same answer two years ago. Obviously, they couldn't vote for their current coach. Nobody else was close.

I just like his attitude and ENERGY!

Thanks Livin




Since: Aug 30, 2006
Posted on: September 23, 2008 12:01 pm
 

The Greatest College Team Needs A Coach!

Pete Carroll USC.  The best coach today and will rewrite history.



Since: Mar 24, 2008
Posted on: September 23, 2008 11:35 am
 

The Greatest College Team Needs A Coach!

With this team anybody could coach them, but I will go with one of the lesser known names in college football, yet one of the best...

Bud Wilkinson... he led the Oklahoma Sooners to prominance with a tough and gritty approach to the game... he did things his way and led the Sooners to an unprecedented streak of wins...

Honorable Mention --- Joe Paterno, Bobby Bowden, Bear Bryant are easy... Eddie Robinson is another slam dunk... some recent glory helps Jim Tressel, Pete Carroll, Bob Stoops... some in between... Barry Switzer, Jimmy Johnson, Tom Osbourne... lots of great caoches and I know I left some out, but Bud is my man...




Since: Mar 28, 2008
Posted on: September 23, 2008 11:07 am
 

The Greatest College Team Needs A Coach!

Bear Bryant - Retired as the all time winningest coach in Div-I with a 323-85-17 and won 6 NCs.

HM: Joe Paterno, Bobby Bowden, Tom Osborne, Darrell Royal, Barry Switzer, Don James, John McKay, Pete Carroll, Bo Schembechler, Woody Hayes, Ara Parseghian, Steve Spurrier.


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